Fish-n-Rod, Fish-n-Creel by Al Copeland won first place for most realistic.
The Keizer Art Association announced the winners of its October show—Art Found in Wood.
Best of show was presented to Al Copeland for California Quail.
The award for Realistic went to Al Copeland for Fish-n-Rod, Fish-n-Creel, which depicted a fish, a fish basket and a rod and reel.
Terry Moss won first place in Caricature for We Don’t Need a Ladder, a depiction of elves attaching a star to a Christmas tree.
Nature Girl, by Barb Fromherz, won first place in pyrography—the art of wood burning.
An award called Other First Place was won by Tom Ham for Eagle in Found Wood.
The show was judged by the board of the art association. The show can be seen in person at the association’s Enid Joy Mount Gallery at the Keizer Cultural Center at 980 Chemawa Road N.E.
One of the most popular Keizer Art Association events, the Black, White and Gray show will open on Thursday, Nov. 4. The artists reception and award ceremony will be held at the gallery from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6.